Emerging at 8:37 p.m. from a one-hour closed session tonight, the Falls Church City Council tasked the City Attorney, John Foster, to “work to resolve post-trial motions” pertaining to the legal case between the City of Falls Church and the Fairfax Water Authority. Unconfirmed reports were that Fairfax made an […]
Without disclosing the nature of the offer, it was revealed today that the closed session scheduled for tonight prior to the City Council meeting was called in response to a settlement offer by Fairfax County in the on-going litigation between F.C. and the Fairfax Water System. No announcement is expected […]
The News-Press has learned today that a confidential document drafted by the City Manager’s office detailing some proposed personnel cuts under the burden of severe revenue shortfalls was inadvertently placed on the City Hall computer server, where it was discovered by an employee and circulated.
The City of Falls Church School Board met for most of the day Saturday in its first work session directed toward major reductions in the upcoming Fiscal Year 2011 budget.
Two people were robbed outside a check cashing store in Falls Church on Saturday, Jan. 23 Fairfax County police reported.
The Falls Church City Council will convene in a behind-closed-doors “closed session” Monday night prior to its bi-monthly public business meeting, and Mayor Robin Gardner told the News-Press today that the subject of the closed session will involve the disposition of the City’s water system in the face of the […]
Senator Mary Margaret Whipple and Delegate Jim Scott. In a town hall meeting at the Falls Church Community Center today, State Sen. Mary Margaret Whipple and State Del. Jim Scott told constituents that they were “very discouraged” going into the “incredibly difficult” budget deliberations in Richmond this month.
One week into the new legislative session in Richmond, State Del. Jim Scott and State Sen. Mary Margaret Whipple will hold a joint town hall meeting to brief citizens on how the session is shaping up and to take questions and concerns. The meeting will be held tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. […]
The Arlington County Police Department has issued a response to claims of possible excessive force used in an incident resulting in the death of a Washington, D.C. man who died after a struggle with police last Sunday.
City Files With Virginia Supreme Court for Stay & Expedited Review of Fairfax Circuit Court Water Ruling
The City of Falls Church announced this morning that it has filed with the Virginia Supreme Court for a stay pending an expedited review by the Chief Justice of Fairfax Circuit Court Judge Ney’s ruling earlier this month prohibiting the City from taking a “return on investment” from its water […]